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  19. 09 May, 2015 1 commit
    • Karl Kornel's avatar
      Remove the legacy "C" series DNS servers from resolv.conf · f2e73178
      Karl Kornel authored
      On April 29, the Networking team notified all LNAs that the legacy "C" DNS
      servers are being retired on November 1, and that they will start notifying
      sysadmins this month if their systems are still querying the old DNS servers.
      f2e73178
  20. 04 May, 2015 2 commits
    • Bill MacAllister's avatar
      White space clean up of the new file · e22210af
      Bill MacAllister authored
      e22210af
    • Bill MacAllister's avatar
      base::ntp: Restrict incoming ntp connections, fragment cleanup · 373709be
      Bill MacAllister authored
      The ntp iptables rules date from the days when Unix Systems actually
      ran ntp servers on Linux hosts.  Since the ntp service is now provided
      by hardware appliances there is no need to allow inbound ntp
      connections.  Remove the iptables rules allow inbound ntp connections
      at Rob Riepel's suggestion.
      
      Similarly remove restrict entries from ntp.conf that point at hosts
      that are no longer ntp servers.  Be a bit more conservative and leave
      the restrict to the current ntp servers.
      
      Remove some iptables fragments that are no longer used to reduce
      confusion.
      373709be
  21. 29 Apr, 2015 1 commit